Sudan’s oil industry is starting to rumble back to life, following this year’s landmark peace agreement with rival South Sudan and a dramatic improvement in ties with the United States, which recently took Khartoum off its list of state sponsors of terrorism.
Currently, Sudan is producing around 64,000 barrels per day and that’s expected to increase within a couple of weeks when the al-Rawat oilfield in White Nile state becomes operational, according to Reuters.
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